guys that are going to play a soccer game, coming home. someone calls on the phone and says there's a disturbance, and they're going to ask somebody, do you have your documents? hey, i was out playing songer so i didn't bring my papers with me. by the way, i served in afghanistan, i served in iraq. because of that, they expedited my citizenship papers. can you come by my house and show you? will that do? that's what's going to happen. you're going to ask men and women who have served this nation for their papers merely because of the color of their skin. they paid the highest price, paid the highest tax, shown their devotion and love for this country and this country should do nothing to set them apart and distinguish them as a criminal element. that's the practicality of what's going to happen. look, the fact is that the latino community feels besieged upon. it feels as though the finger pointing is against them. that somehow they're a criminal element. that's not new. look, there have been distinctions, the germans in pennsylvania, the irish in massachusetts, the italians in new york. there's always been. let's stop that finger-pointing.